Authors of the 1920s collection, 1924-1927.
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Douglas Goldring was born in Greenwich, England, and died in Deal, Kent. He left Oxford University without a degree in 1906 and subsequently served on the editorial staff of "Country Life", "The English Review", and his own literary magazine, "Tramp". He enlisted in 1914, but was invalided. From 1916 on, he was a conscientious objector. He started to develop anti-American/pro-Soviet attitudes prior to World War II. He was a lecturer in English at Gothenburg, Sweden, 1925-1927, visited New York a...
Tully was born on June 3, 1891 near St. Marys, OH; worked successively as a farm laborer, link heater, tramp, circus roustabout, chainmaker, profesional pugilist, reporter for the Akron press and Beacon journal, and tree surgeon; he tramped across the US three times; first verse appeared in the Cleveland plain dealer, 1911; became novelist, and a chronicler of the Hollywood scene; publications include Emmett Lawler (1922), Life of Charlie Chaplin (1926), Shanty Irish (1928), Beggars abroad (1930...
Yarmolinsky, i.e. I︠A︡rmolinskiĭ, Ph.D. 1921, was the head of the Slavonic Division of the New York Public Library from 1918 to 1955, and author, editor and translator of numerous books in the field of Russian literature. From the description of Avrahm Yarmolinsky Papers, ca. 1918-1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320410715 ...
English author Robert Nichols was known as a World War I poet and playwright. Educated at Winchester College and Oxford, he served as an artillery officer in World War I, before being discharged with shell shock. He wrote poetry, giving readings to large crowds, and was part of a group of British artists sent to America. After the war, he became part of England's literary circle, served as professor of English literature at the University of Tokyo, and lived for a time in Austria and France. He ...